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James on Linux TPM stack

James has a new blog post that gives a good introduction to the Linux TPM stack:

“[…]One of the great advantages of the TPM, instead of messing about with USB pkcs11 tokens, is that it has a file format for TPM keys (I’ll explain this later) which can be used directly in place of standard private key files.  However, before we get there, lets discuss some of the basics of how your TPM works and how to make use of it.[…]”

http://blog.hansenpartnership.com/using-your-tpm-as-a-secure-key-store/

 

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